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Performance

VenueChichester Festival Theatre
Other spaces: The Spiegeltent
TownChichester
CountyWest Sussex
From15th July 2019
Opened19th July 2019
To7th September 2019
When19:30. Jul 22 19:00. Sat Mats 14:30. Jul 24, Aug 1,7,15,21,29 at 14:30
What is currently on at Chichester Festival Theatre (V719)

Oklahoma!

Oklahoma!T191315735
Written in 1943. Set in America's deep West just after the turn of the century, the high-spirited rivalry between the local farmers and cowboys provides the colourful background against which Curly, a handsome cowboy, and Laurey, a winsome farm girl, play out their enduring love story. Songs include; "Oh What a Beautiful Morning", "Surrey With the Fringe on the Top" and "People Will Say We're in Love". Based on Lynn Rigg's book 'Green Grow The Lilacs'.
Music Richard Rodgers
Lyrics Oscar Hammerstein


Archive :: production:T191315735, musical:S1628, venue:V719
Current production:Work

Production details

Special Performances


  • 15 Aug 19 Captioned
  • 15 Aug 19 Captioned
  • 16 Aug 19 Audio Described
  • 17 Aug 19 Audio Described
  • 21 Aug 19 Sign Interpreted
  • 29 Aug 19 Relaxed
  • 6 Sep 19 Audio Described
  • 7 Sep 19 Audio Described

Company

Producer Chichester Festival Theatre
Director Jeremy Sams
Design Robert Jones
Costume Brigitte Reiffenstuel
Choreographer Matt Cole
Musical Director Nigel Lilley
Music David Cullen (orchestration)
Lighting Mark Henderson
Sound Paul Groothuis
Director Charlotte Sutton (casting director)
Performer Josie Lawrence (Aunt Eller)
Performer Amara Okereke (Laurey)
Performer Hyoie O'Grady (Curly)
Performer Bronte Barbe (Ado Annie)
Performer Isaac Gryn (Will Parker)
Performer Emmanuel Kojo (Jud Fry)
Performer Scott Karim (Ali Hakim)
Performer Michelle Andrews
Performer Georgie Ashford
Performer Lindsay Atherton
Performer Imogen Bailey
Performer Jeremy Batt
Performer Alex Christian
Performer Nicolas Colicos
Performer Christopher Dickins
Performer Paige Fenlon
Performer Alyn Hawke
Performer Bethany Huckle
Performer Emily Langham
Performer Michael Lin
Performer Rory Shafford
Performer Jak Skelly
Performer Rhys West
Performer Anna Woodside

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